Contact: Ken Clark, director, Western Washington University’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, at (360) 650-4403 or Ken.Clark@wwu.edu
BELLINGHAM – Western Washington University’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs lecture series for spring quarter features diverse topics presented by WWU faculty members.
The lectures, which are free and open to the public, will be held Thursdays from noon to 1 p.m. in Communications Facility 125.
- April 7: Cara Jaye, associate professor of Art, will present “Crossover 2: A collaborative mixed media art exchange.”
- April 14: Maria Timmons Flores, assistant professor of Elementary Education, will present “Building Bridges with Migrant Youth.”
- April 21: Peter Diehl, associate professor of History, will present “Plague in Early Medieval Europe.”
- April 28: Julia Hansen, professor of Economics, will present “The Value of Park and Trail Amenities: Evidence from a hedonic housing study.”
- May 5: Lysa Rivera, assistant professor of English, will present “Far Out: Science fiction in black America.”
This series provides opportunities to learn about research, publication of research and the future direction of research in various disciplines and cross disciplinary areas of the university.
For more information on the spring quarter Faculty Research Presentation Series, contact Ken Clark, director of WWU’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, at (360) 650-4403 or Ken.Clark@wwu.edu.